About

A professional writer once advised me that to be the best writer, you need to have the richest life experiences to draw from. Then, he advised me to become a lobster fisherman. So, here I am, blogging about lobster fishing… Just kidding. Probably.

I’m Sarah, the writer behind Endless Distances: An American travel writer, yoga teacher, published poet, gluten free foodie, dog lover, humanitarian activist, and more. Not a lobster fisherwoman. I’m a homebody currently living nomadically…and writing about my adventures.

What’s my story?

In 2015, I packed a suitcase and moved abroad. Well, it wasn’t as easy as that… a few visa heartaches and a few hundred dollars later, I arrived on the south coast of England. I had a fresh degree in English and Creative Writing, but had already managed to have at least one quarter life crisis, so I embarked on a career change into healthcare. Two years later, I have my MSc and a lot more travel experience.

I’m currently using the remainder of my time in the UK to explore this wonderful continent. Although I started Endless Distances because my Grandma wanted to know what I was up to across the pond… it has turned into a wonderful community that I am thankful for every day! I love to share my travel stories and reflections, as well as useful tips, especially for fellow gluten free travelers.

What can you expect from me?

I publish blog posts once to twice a week, and I’m active on Instagram and Pinterest.

Wednesdays: Not just for wearing pink! I publish travel-related content on Wednesdays, and participate in the weekly Wanderful Wednesday linkup.

Saturdays: My more lifestyle themed content is published on the weekends, including my monthly recaps and gluten free travel guides.

Endless Distances is first and foremost about my life. I do publish sponsored content on occasion, but this is all curated and only represents my own honest view.

New here?

Why don’t you start with these blog posts.

Getting to know me:

The first page

An expat chat

Becoming a southerner in England

Prose poetry narratives:

Hello, reverse culture shock

The Great British Heatwave

The it’s going to be okay poem

Travel:

How to sustainably swim with manatees in Florida

How to find the secret mews of London

Our Vienna polaroid tour

Gluten free:

My gluten free afternoon tea London bucket list

Gluten free Prague

Wellness:

7 things I’ve been doing for my wellbeing lately

 

 I’d love to hear from you — you’re welcome to drop a comment below. 🙂

xxx Sarah xxx

Business enquiries: sarah@endlessdistances.com

If you are interested in working with me, please review my Work With Me page.

  • I’m an American in the UK as well! Is that Kenyon as in Ohio? (I may or may not be an Ohio girl myself…)

    • Ahh yes it is!! What a small world! How long have you been living in the UK for?

      • Five years full time! Two years back and forth before that. If you’re ever in Brighton let me know, we should get a coffee or something! 🙂

        • I defo will! I’ve been meaning to get to Brighton for this whole past year 🙂 Would love to exchange expat stories!

  • Sarah – is that photo of you doing yoga? That is so impressive!

  • Rebecca

    Hi Sarah, I’m really enjoying reading your blog! The presentation is lovely too, what theme/ website do you use? Thanks, Rebecca

    • Hi Rebecca, thanks so much, that means a lot! This is a self-hosted wordpress website, hosted through siteground (you can see my affiliate link to siteground on the right hand sidebar!) My theme is from etsy. I used one created by CityHouseDesign. The creator is named Mai and she’s lovely to work with, I really recommend her!

      • Rebecca

        Thanks very much Sarah! I’ll check it out 🙂